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Respawn Discontinues Original Titanfall’s Sales!

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Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall has been around for over 7 years now and it is (if not) one the best games they have developed. However, as all good things comes to an end, so did this game.

Today, Respawn announced that their original Titanfall game will be discontinued for sale from today and alongside, the developers will also pull out the game from all subscription services from 1st March 2022.

However, they said that the servers will remain live for their dedicated fanbase who still own and play the game. Thus, for now the developers are focused on Apex Legend’s Season 11.

Developers said,” We’ve made the decision to discontinue new sales of the original Titanfall game starting today and we’ll be removing the game from subscription services on March 1, 2022. We will, however, be keeping servers live for the dedicated fanbase still playing and those who own the game and are looking to drop into a match.”
” Rest assured, Titanfall is core to Respawn’s DNA and this incredible universe will continue. Today in Titanfall 2 and Apex Legends, and in the future. This franchise is a north star for the caliber of experiences we will continue to create here at Respawn.”

We do recommend that you check out Titanfall 2 ,it has some amazing single player campaign with a great story line and it has even received a frame-rate boost as a part of Xbox Series X update.

Check Out Respawn's Titanfall 2 Gameplay Trailer Here!

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